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Can I buy sildenafil over the counter?
You can buy sildenafil over the counter from registered pharmacists.
You’ll need to answer a few medical questions first so the pharmacist can be sure that sildenafil is right for you, but once the pharmacy team has reviewed your answers you can buy your tablets.
How does sildenafil treat erectile dysfunction?
Sildenafil, the active ingredient in Viagra, Eropid and Aronix, is one of the most popular and effective treatments for erectile dysfunction.
It’s a type of medicine known as a PDE5 inhibitor, which works by blocking an enzyme that regulates blood flow into the penis.
When you’re sexually stimulated, sildenafil will increase this blood flow into the penis and heighten the natural process of arousal.
Is sildenafil the same as viagra?
Sildenafil is the active ingredient in viagra, which means that Perrigo tablets will work in the same way that viagra does.
As an added bonus, unbranded sildenafil tablets are usually cheaper than Viagra branded tablets, giving you a more wallet-friendly alternative.
What causes erectile dysfunction?
Erectile dysfunction, sometimes known as impotence, is a common problem amongst men and may be caused by age, being overweight, smoking, drinking too much alcohol, or having a medical condition like diabetes, high blood pressure, or cardiovascular disease.
The inability to create or maintain an erection happens when there isn’t enough blood flowing to the penis, if the penis cannot trap blood, or when the nerve signals don’t send the signal of arousal to the penis.
Diabetes can cause nerve damage in the penis, in addition to certain cancer treatments affecting its functionality.
Is erectile dysfunction related to high blood pressure?
High blood pressure (also known as hypertension) can cause erectile dysfunction, as it puts strain on your blood vessels, potentially causing damage.
In order to get an erection, your blood vessels need to open up and allow blood flow into the penis, so damage to your blood vessels can affect your ability to get an erection.
Lowering your high blood pressure could help to ease your ED, so we’d recommend asking your doctor for advice if you’re concerned that your blood pressure could be playing a part in your impotence.